Outstanding. It will take hours to find everything I want. Thanks
Wallis Thompson <Soldot70@aol.com>
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - 01:41:35 Sunday 16 March 2008
A wonderful resource. Thank you.
Being able to see the churches and towns that our ancestors lived in
gives them life and makes research easier for those of us who do not
live in England and are unable to travel.
Do you plan to photograph St John's church of England in
Midsomer Norton? It has a plaque in memory of 12 miners who were
murdered when the line to their cage was cut. My great great great
uncle, William Summers, was one of those miners.
(My family were all staunch Wesleyan Methodists -
someone in the C of E just happened to find it pertinent to put up a
memorial for these men. I don't know whether it is inside or outside
Carolyn Slade <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Nambour, Queensland, Australia - 21:59:07 Tuesday 29 January 2008
Hello, Absolutely great, wonderful photographs. I found your site
whilst looking/reseaching for family history. Family research on the
name of Faulkes as ancestors, births or christenings in this area,
I was most interested in Lydbrook, Dursley, Newland, Sapperton and
Salperton. After seeing the photographs of these churches,
I feel I must go and visit them myself. Very inspirational.
Carol Klimowich <Ckcraignair@aol.com>
Burnham on Sea, Somerset, UK - 23:50:26 Monday 14 January 2008
I've visited your site(s) often; there's so much to see.
Thank you for sharing your beautiful and interesting photos and
information. If we are correct in our genealogy, our father's
family came from the Normans, Great and Little Washbourne,
Bengeworth, etc. So, it's been interesting to see photos of
these places and learn a little more about them. Thanks again.
No town/city, No county/state, USA - 23:14:18 Saturday 05 January 2008
Beautiful photography. My daughter lives just down the road from
St. Luke's Church in Frampton Mansell. Brings back happy memories
of visits to her home.
Chatham, Kent, U.K. - 14:08:07 Sunday 16 December 2007
Congratulations on your wonderful site. My ancestors the Baileys
came from South Cerney. Back in 1747 our Richard Baily married an
Ellen (Eleanor) Verrender at Cirencester. I think she was born in
1718 and christened at St Mary's Church, Ampney St Mary. Thanks to your
wonderful photographs, I have been able to see this church.
Thank you so much.
Thelma Mills <email@example.com>
Sutton, Surrey, England - 19:16:08 Friday 17 August 2007
I am trying to trace any ancestors to Joseph Taylor born 17/9/1837
who is shown in the 1861 census for Oddington with his wife Leah and
daughter Emily > I am his great,great,great grandson.
Steve Bryant <firstname.lastname@example.org>
bracknell, berkshire, england - 16:49:29 Friday 17 August 2007
Excellent. I am hunting for Bannister for a friend, hence my visit to your site. John Bannister and Mary Willshear/Willsher were married at Barnwood 30 Jan 1842. They were in Birmingham by 1850. Census give their birth places as Gloucester. It was great to see the churches etc. I haven't been to Gloucester.
Carole Sarvis <email@example.com>
Maianbar, NSW, Australia - 13:53:27 Sunday 12 August 2007
A most impressive display of historical architecture - have roots in
Horsley, Gloucestershire and am looking forward to seeing in 2008.
This site makes it all the more enticing.
Henry Skelton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia - 23:41:46 Friday 10 August 2007
My mother's family came from Gloucestershire. Her father's name was
Lea which I have now traced to 1776 to Boddington to St Mary Magdalene's
churchyard in Boddington. And thanks to you and your beautiful pictures
I have a sense of the area they lived in and where they worshipped.
I would not have been able to see those things had it not been for your
pictures. I may not ever be able to get to England myself to see them,
so thank you so very much for that glimpse of my heritage. I am also
looking for Lesters and Roberts but haven't had as much luck yet.
I hope I'll be as successful one day soon.
Thank you again.
Gail Boyce <email@example.com>
New Hamburg, Ontario, Canada - 15:56:43 Wednesday 08 August 2007
Enjoyed your website so much. I was christened in Coates Parish Church
in 1946. My family came from Cirencester called Richings. My grandfather
was Albert Richings who worked at the Agriculture College in Cirencester.
Suzanne Hunt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Limavady, County Londonderry, N Ireland - 14:07:13 Sunday 05 August 2007
I have stumbled upon your site when researching a photo I have
obtained of the 'Mace Farm in Wyck Rissinton', Glouc. England.
This is a photo my stepfather William Mace gave to me recently.
He is 84 years old and I was trying to find some information about
the Farm or about any of his family which I could relay to him.
Have you heard of any Mace farm in this area. I would appreciate even
a tidbit of information (or a possible lead) to relay to my stepdad.
It would please him immensely. Thank you so much...Judy Recoskie
Judy Recoskie <email@example.com>
Killaloe, Ontario, Canada - 18:52:41 Thursday 02 August 2007
Hi, Really enjoy your site. I was just wondering if you will be posting family photo as other sites do?
The Dalles, or., USA - 04:17:43 Saturday 14 July 2007
A chance find - and what a delightful discovery!
I looked up 'Hailes' on Google, having been invited to a special
celebration there. Now I know exactly what the building looks like and,
thanks to your beautiful photographs, my attendance will be more a
'return visit' than a new encounter.
Robert Ford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Garboldisham, Norfolk, England - 07:28:06 Wednesday 11 July 2007
An excellent site. My great grandparents Richard and Eleanor Chapman
lived at Farnley House. Does this house still exist? They were registered
there in the census of 1891. I don't know if they worked there or owned
the house? The census form states Richard's profession as 'common bunter'?
The writing was not clear. Perhaps you could clarify? Many thanks.
Regards Peter Drinkwater.
P J Drinkwater <
Port Elizabeth, East Cape, South Africa - 13:08:25
Thursday 10 May 2007
ARIOSNI IZIDIO COOPER <
Curitiba, Parana, Brasil - 19:46:27 Friday 20 April 2007
Excellent - thank you - I have been able to see where my great great
great great grandmother was married, and the other church where she
was buried. I was also able to see where my great great great
grandmother was christened - thank you for your generous service
and gift to us all.
Nicholle Nobel <
Sydney, NSW, Australia - 01:55:03 Tuesday 10 April 2007
Beautiful and wonderful, especially for me. I lived in Stonehouse,
Glos; and my brother lived in King's Stanley, Glos. My greatgrandfather,
John Henry Sheldon, played the organ in the church in Sapperton,
Glos in late 1800s and very early 1900s, in his red leather carpet
I know St. Mary's in Painswick, an earlier ancestor of mine,
Mary Poole, was baptized there in 1827. What a memorable trip for
me through your Gloucestershire churches. Thank you.
Mary S Tiene <email@example.com>
Clifton, New Jersey, USA - 22:39:46 Thursday 25 January 2007
Fantastic collection of photographs and so useful for those of us
seeking information about our English ancestors. Ours:
John Driver of Avening whose descendants emigrated in the mid 1600's
at the request of Col. Bridger to provide carpentry for the
still-standing Anglican church (St. Luke's) in Smithfield, Virginia.
Cheryl Nevares <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Orinda, California, US - 06:49:10 Wednesday 17 January 2007
Very interesting pictures, most enjoyable, thank you for sharing
with others. My father was born in Preston and was just wandering
through different things about the city when I happened upon your site.
Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada - 13:09:04 Sunday 15 October 2006
I am one of the steeplejacks from Rochdale who painted the flagpole
on Dursley parish church in 1985, could anyone get the pictures and
mail them to me please, it was in the local newspaper at the time,
any response would be much appreciated.
Regards Tom Phillips.
Tom Phillips <
Blackpool, Lancashire, England - 10:14:51 Saturday 24 June 2006
Fantastic, Truly enjoyed. Researching Huntley's of Boxwell and
enjoyed seeing all the other photos.
Sue Bell <
No town/city, Ohio, USA - 14:36:03 Monday 19 June 2006
Thank you for such a lovely and enjoyable website. It brought back
many memories, especially of 1948, when I spent a happy time for some
months at Medford House, Mickleton. J. Berry
No name given <Email address not supplied>
No town/city, No county/state, No country - 17:24:45 Saturday
29 April 2006
Thanks for putting together your websites.
As a Lister employee for many years, and now resident in Australia,
I 'overdosed' on nostalgia, both on Dursley and all the other
Gloucestershire churches and villages.
I loved it all. Thanks Grant Symons
Grant Symons <
Sydney, No county/state, Australia - 12:09:41 Friday 21 April 2006
Absolutely stunning. Found your site while researching HODGES
families who migrated from Nailsworth, Horsley, Minchinhampton area
to Australia in the 1840s.
Photography was wonderful - and so was seeing the places my ancestors
would have seen. Thank you
Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia - 02:17:41 Thursday 23 March 2006
Do you have any additional photographs of the gilded statue of
the Royalist Cavalier, Edward St. John in the church of St. Mary's in
the parish of Lydiard Tregoz? I would be interested to see further
detail shots if you have any. The statue has never been
attributed to a particular sculptor and I would like to have a go!
European Sculpture & Works of Art
Simon Stock <
London, No county/state, UK - 19:15:51 Monday 20 March 2006
Extremely interesting...came across your site whilst trying to track
down a g-g-grandfather, a George Wright who was born in Moreton in
Marsh around 1810 and moved to Erdington in 1837. Trouble is I'm not
having much luck.
I love the pictures by the way, especially the churches.
Graham Evans <
Bristol, No county/state, England - 23:04:23 Wednesday 15 February 2006
How do I find out a telephone number/address for a family member from
Meredith Harrington <email@example.com>
Baltimore, Maryland, USA - 16:54:04 Tuesday 14 February 2006
I am having trouble finding an email address on your site so I can
perhaps advertise a surname search in Lydbrook/Forest of Dean.
Please can you give me an email address who I can contact.
Rita James <
No town/city, No county/state, New Zealand - 18:30:52 Monday 06 February 2006
Great pictures!!! Was wondering if you have photos of church effigies.
I understand there are quite a few in St. Michael's parish church at
Stanton Harcourt and would be interested in purchasing some photos of
same from you if they are of my ancestors. I've traced my lines back to
the Harcourts - all the way back to Bernard 'The Dane', and then up
through Sir Robert Harcourt who married Margaret Byron.
Can you help? Thank you.
Jeffrey R. Frazier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Centre Hall, Pennsylvania, USA - 19:18:32 Friday 03 February 2006
Very Nice Site. I am researching the Bailey/Bayley ancestors
of South Cerney. If anyone else is doing the same please do get in
touch. Many thanks
Thelma Mills <email@example.com>
Sutton, Surrey, England - 16:01:56 Friday 03 February 2006
Thank you so much for making this wonderful site available.
I am researching my family in the Ashleworth/Corse/Old Sodbury area
from afar until I am able to return home again and this was such an
enjoyable find. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
Heather Mackie <Heather_Mackie@hotmail.com>
Sydney, NSW, Australia - 02:01:38 Thursday 02 February 2006
You have put together a great site. I came across it whilst
looking for info on the Doynton Parish Church as one of my ancestors
(Father Bartholomew Stephen YOLLAND) was the Parish Priest there in
the late 1800's.
Would you mind is I downloaded some of your photos to add to
my Family History? I would of course acknowledge you and your Web Site.
RESERVOIR VIC AUSTRALIA.
Ian Butterworth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Reservoir, VIC, AUSTRALIA - 01:08:38 Saturday 14 May 2005
Your site has given me hours and hours of pure delight. Thank you
for all the work in putting it together and maintaining it.
If I could, I'd give you a medal!
Robin Reynolds <email@example.com>
Canberra, A.C.T., Australia - 06:22:14 Tuesday 19 April 2005
I would like to say how impressed I am with your website.
I am an Australian that moved to West Wales in 1996 to find my natural
family, which I did. A lot of my relations are buried in St Andrews in
Alvington. Am heading over there on Friday to have a look.
Thank you for the brilliant photos of the churches.
By the way my profession is photography. Do the usual weddings etc
but mainly design postcards of Pembrokeshire.
Tarnya Meschiati of Davarni Design
Tarnya Meschiati <
Angle, Pembrokeshire, Wales - 14:11:47 Monday 27 December 2004
Thanks for the wonderful website with marvelous photos of Wiltshire
My Mist ancestors lived in Amesbury in the 1600-1800's.
Mary Mist, a sister to my 4X great grandfather married William
Privett of Chilmark in 1721. I enjoyed the lovely photos of
St. Margaret's church. William Privett, the younger, a son of this
William Privett was a sculptor and did work at Stourhead.
Also, I enjoyed the photos of Sutton Benger, and the Green Man!
The images of the stained glass windows are superb! Thanks very much
for sharing such interesting information and pictures.
We appreciate it!
Judy Fleming (nee Mist)
Judy Fleming <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thornhill, Ontario, Canada - 00:44:50 Saturday 04 December 2004
Photos are very crisp and well centered. Well thought out
as to photo layout and subject interest. Very informative.
Joseph C. Hyde <email@example.com>
Cerro Gordo, Illinois, USA - 03:57:25 Friday 29 October 2004
I realised a few days ago that it has been several years now
that we have been using your web site to document parts of our own project,
a catalogue-inventory of baptismal fonts. We often need information on
on churches of the Cotswolds and I have found your site a gold-mine
of information. Working, as we do, a continent away, with the annual field-trip
to tidy up a few loose ends, means that much of the information
has to be found elsewhere. As librarians and researchers we
rely on dependable information and your web site satisfies
our most demanding requests. Moreover, it is a pleasure to
use and the imagery is just stunning. Short of 'being there',
it's the next best thing!
Many thanks for making this treasure of information available
so openly, and so tastefully presented, on the web.
You have created an addiction in us. Please, keep it going!
With grateful regards,
Harriet Sonne de Torrens
University of Toronto, Canada
Miguel Torrens <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - 12:43:24 Monday 18 October 2004
Dear Mr. Wilkes,
I have enjoyed your remarkable and impressively designed website
I have spent a lot of time at it.
Concerning Toddington Manor - I can only hope this gorgeous
architecture will not be served to any undignified purposes.
Because I am interested in 19th Century art, I was also deeply spellbound
by Sezincote country house. Would you please email me some
information about it? Thank you.
Jozef Ridilla <email@example.com>
Sabinov, Slovakia - 19:34:18 Friday 06 August 2004
I still have not mastered keeping heads in pictures and you make it
look so easy. Truly beautiful pictures.
Sally Pavia <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sun City, Arizona, USA - 01:55:01 Saturday 31 July 2004
Great website and beautiful photos. The ones of St. Mary's Church,
Norton are absolutely brilliant. My ancestor was vicar there from
1887-1907 and he and his family are buried there. I feel as if time
has stood still and can visualise him officiating there. Would you
mind if I use some to illustrate my family history, which would just
be for a few immediate family members? I would, of course, acknowledge
the source. Thank you so much for making such beautiful pictures
Dorothy De Ville <email@example.com>
Leeds, Yorkshire, England - 21:09:30 Monday 29 March 2004
I have the early photos of your beautiful pictures of Hewelsfield
Church and Ashley St James and a visit today to your site showed the
wonderful additions. My ancestors came from Ashley and Hewelsfield
and though I have a mono photo of the interior of Hewelsfield
Parish Church these are so much better. Would you mind if I used some
of them to illustrate my family history, which would not be for
publication outside my small family? I will of course name my source.
I do wish you have them published as I am sure that many people in
New Zealand alone would be interested. Good luck and thank you
so much for sharing your work.
Claude King <CPHK@xtra.co.nz>
Picton, Marlborough, New Zealand - 04:19:07 Sunday 21 March 2004
Absolutely brilliant. What a find on the web. I plan days out
for a company of archers to which I belong and the website has been a boon.
Well done. If only other dedicated persons who love
their county as much as Gloucestershire is loved, would do the same.
Hazel Pollock <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sutton Coldfield, W.Mids/Warks., England - 20:31:57 Sunday 15 February 2004
Carlos Pio Staiti Cicchinelli <email@example.com>
Syosset, New York, USA - 13:33:38 Friday 06 February 2004
Great Website. Enjoyed the pictures of Horsley and Nailsworth chapels. Had Hanks relatives baptized in both. Lots of hard work have gone into this site. Thanks so much for sharing it with us.
Mont Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sandy, Utah, USA - 04:05:43 Thursday 05 February 2004
Beautiful site. My ancestors are from Gloucestershire. Must visit
someday but this has been the next best thing!!!
Wendy Bishop <Towandaa@sbcglobal.net>
Carson City, Nevada, USA - 23:47:07 Thursday 20 November 2003
Hi John...I have family that emanated from the parts of the World
you have photographed, so your site is interesting. A picture paints a
thousand words, so thanks for sharing your work.
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia - 21:51:13 Wednesday 19 November 2003
Great site--wonderful to be able to find so many good pictures of
such lovely and interesting churches. I was especially pleased to find
so many St Nicholas churches!
Carol Myers <email@example.com>
Holland, MI, USA - 22:35:05 Wednesday 12 November 2003
I am amazed by your site. My friend from Canada, Mary Harris,
pointed it out to me as we probably share a common ancestry way back
- in the Kempsford area.
I shall be studying the site in detail - it is fascinating.
Congratulations and a big thank you!
Phil Evans <
Cardiff, Wales - 12:08:55 Thursday 06 November 2003
Excellent site. I was born at Dursley Court Lodge in 1942
which is just at the right hand side of your photo of
Parsonage street. Never been back but I recognise the town centre
and the Broadwell from my early school days in the late Forties.
Keep those photos and history coming.
Walton on Thames, Surrey, England - 07:54:53 Friday 04 July 2003
I have very much enjoyed looking at all of your
beautiful photos, especially those from around Horsley
as some of my ancestors came from that area.
I would love to see a lot of the pictures,
particularly those of the old churches, put in a glossy
coffee-table book because they are so lovely.
Vera Pickford <
Moss Vale, New South Wales, Australia. - 05:32:01
Saturday 14 June 2003
A very interesting and very informative website.
Rhonda Miller <
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia - 06:00:13 Sunday 25 May 2003
This website is just marvelous - I so much enjoyed the photos.
Patricia Johnson <
Kennebunkport, York, Maine, USA - 00:45:44 Wednesday 21 May 2003
Absolutely fabulous - great work - Thank you.
Today I found the parish church of my ancestors in Cirencester.
The marriage date was 1731 - WONDERFUL .... Mary
Mary Harris <
Richmond Hill, Province of Ontario, Canada - 19:01:35
Saturday 17 May 2003
Thank you so much for this spectacular collection of photos!
They are wonderful, and many are of special interest to my family
which originates in Gloucestershire.
I would like to know if you have any pictures of
St. Briavel's which have not been posted?
I would especially like to see any interior views of the castle
or the church.
John Hyatt <
Atlanta, Georgia, USA - 20:58:30 Tuesday 29 April 2003
Grew up in Uley at the end of Crawley Lane (Devonia Farm)
and loved your photos. Thank you, they are so clear and provide
Tony Ward <
Cootamundra, NSW , Australia - 09:33:10 Friday 18 April 2003
Having been born in Dursley, my interests are still around my roots.
Your website has brought home to me how much everything is changing
in my beloved home town. I find your pictures and information
very interesting and I will look forward to watching how things proceed.
My family had the sweet shop 'Cross's' near the Broadwell; and
a Long Street cycle shop, which became a chip shop in later years.
Most of the family were employed at Lister's factory and offices.
I moved from Dursley in 1959 and lived
in many parts of the UK, ending up here in Norfolk.
Thank you for bringing back memories.
Melrose Thomas <
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, UK - 17:18:35 Sunday 29 December 2002
A wonderful, wonderful collection that does 'our' county proud!
Thank you so much.
Sandra Wilson <
Churchdown, Glos, England - 11:10:56 Friday 29 November 2002
What lovely pictures. They give a richly varied view of the county,
and your eye for colour and composition makes your subjects seem
vividly alive. As a Gloucestershire resident myself, I appreciate
seeing it showcased so well, and I particularly enjoy the way you
have captured the spread of landscape and architecture.
Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, England - 08:51:18 Sunday 17 November 2002
I used to live in Quenington. It was lovely to see pictures of places
where we used to walk.
Allison Wood <
Cleethorpes, Lincs, England - 17:09:41 Sunday 08 September 2002
A tremendous resource that will be mightily appreciated by anybody
interested in architecture, the Cotswolds, and beauty.
Curt DiCamillo <
Boston, Massachusetts, USA - 21:07:09 Monday 02 September 2002
A superb site and a fantastic collection of photographs. I am
extremely grateful for all the help in providing photographs regarding
Bitton in South Gloucestershire.
Denise Dadson <
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia - 11:15:18 Tuesday 04 June 2002
Wow, I am very impressed with a quick overview of the site.
I lived near Uley (Elcombe actually) from 1950 to 1970 and went
to the Grammar School in Dursley, '59-65.
Have many fond but fading memories of Dursley and
the surrounding area. Was a
frequenter of Pete Rock's cafe as a teenage biker.
Have lived in Red Deer mostly since 1976 but the Dursley area is
and always will be home !!
Nice to see that the Internet allows us to relive some old times
so easily. Thank you for your efforts.
Alan Gassor <
Red Deer, Alberta, Canada - 23:42:49 Wednesday 08 May 2002
What a great view of the Cotswolds. I grew up in Gloucester and as a
musician played many a Saturday night at village halls all around the
Torrance, California, USA - 00:51:42 Sunday 05 May 2002
When I wrote you asking you if you had any pictures of Badgeworth
other than the photo of The Holy Trinity Church, your simple response was
'Sorry no'. The next day, to my great surprise, I received seven
pictures from you of the village! Then, the next day, more photographs
with sunshine! Thank you for your gracious act of kindness.
Edmonds, Washington, USA - 15:05:43 Friday 26 April 2002
Having spent time at Elcombe Farm in Uley, I think your page and
pictures of the area are great.
Dick Watson <
Glenorchy, Otago, NZ - 13:03:24 Thursday 18 April 2002
What absolutely wonderful photographs. I have visited and photographed
the various sites over the years but never seem to be able to get
enough. I am returning in August 2002 for yet another visit.
I lived in the beautiful village of Chedworth under my maiden name
of Coates from 1931 to 1955 with wonderful memories. It has been such
a pleasure exploring your interlinked websites. Thank you for such
Jean Query <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - 04:46:25 Saturday 06 April 2002
I am 84 years old and spend a lot of time on my computer. Some of
my ancestors came from Evenlode. That is how I found your site.
I sat here and said 'Beautiful' as I looked at each picture.
I have never enjoyed anything as much as this !!!!
Edwin Danks <email@example.com>
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA - 18:46:18 Tuesday 19 March 2002
Brenda Elizabeth Arlett;
USA - 10:48:45 Sunday 03 March 2002
I found much information on my ancestral locations in Gloucestershire
that I could not locate elsewhere.
I have nothing but admiration for the time and effort that has been
expended in developing and maintaining your website. Wish we
had more of this in Australia!!!
Barry Tainton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Strathpine, Queensland, Australia - 13:29:00 Saturday 09 February 2002
Great for homework and local studies
Cheltenham, Glos - 17:18:06 Sunday 03 February 2002
Good site. Looking for some photos of Willersey as we are visiting soon. Any ideas ?
No town/city, No county/state, England - 23:23:44 Wednesday 30 January 2002
I have been to the Cotswolds (Chipping Campden) several times, so I enjoyed your site
tremendously - spectacular, 'mouth-watering' photos! I have felt like boarding the plane
immediately to go back to the Cotswolds and explore other corners of
this quintessentially English region!
Thomas Bartsch <email@example.com>
Vienna, Austria - 09:28:14 Tuesday 22 January 2002
I have just come by chance to your site which is excellent in content
thank you for sharing this with me. Would it be possible to include
photos from this area? I would be able to send you photos if you wish.
John Webber <
Winterbourne, South Gloucestershire, England - 14:57:07 Thursday 03 January 2002
I so enjoyed the pictures. Our Great-Great Grandparents, the Attwoods came from
Winchcombe and Great Washbourne area and the opportunity to see these areas where they
lived in the 1800's is unbelievable. Thank you so much. I hope to someday be able to visit
there in person.
Jill Martinelli <Jill708@aol.com>
New Philadelphia, Ohio, USA - 02:26:11 Monday 24 December 2001
Hello, thanks for sharing this wonderful view of England. I once lived in Feltwell in
Norfolk and will always remember the kind and delightful people there. Of course the flowers
and the homes and villages are all part of my memories forever. You are a wonderful photographer.
Best wishes to you in the New Year.
J. C. Wolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
DeLand, Florida, USA - 05:30:40 Monday 17 December 2001
Excellent photos - being originally from Gloucester, until we emigrated in 1976,
the photos brought back some very pleasant memories for us
John Reynolds <email@example.com>
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - 05:10:57 Monday 10 December 2001
Your site really cheered up a cold English Sunday morning.
S.W. Foulkes (nee Baylis) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cromer, Norfolk, England - 12:33:25 Sunday 25 November 2001
What a lovely surprise your photographs were when navigating your
website. Have wallpapered one of your snow pictures on the front of
my computer, as it is a hot and sticky day today in Queensland,
Australia. I was looking for Dursley, as my grandmother was buried there
in the 1940's. She went to live with an uncle of mine as the bombing was
bad in Cardiff. Very nice site. Well done! Cheers mate.
Margaret Clifford <
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia - 12:29:20 Sunday 25 November 2001
Thank you very much for the lovely pictures. Please do not remove them
until I can look at all of them.
Carrie Carnes <email@example.com>
Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA - 22:07:29 Wednesday 18 July 2001
Nice pictures. I grew up in Glos and will be using some of your photos on my desktop.
R Bailey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Yatton, Somerset, UK - 21:23:26 Sunday 15 July 2001